The governor looks for a bright spot as 33 more Arkansans die. And he throws in more of his ineffectual wishful thinking. His approach gives aid and comfort to the likes of the high sheriff of Faulkner County, Tim Ryals, who says he has no intention of protecting his employees and the people they serve by requiring vaccination or testing. Lawman?

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